“It’s very fashionable now to say, ‘When we were young, we didn’t fit in,’” says Dexter Holland, frontman for multi-platinum punk-rockers the Offspring, Zooming from the band’s plush Orange County recording studio. “But it really was true for us in high school, where everything was about looks, athleticism and popularity. I mean, look at us!”
Kevin “Noodles” Wasserman, guitarist and Holland’s long-standing foil, leans in and taps his milk bottle-lensed specs. “And you should have seen me back when I had braces and headgear,” he grins.
Thirty-seven years into their career, and two decades after their surprise UK No 1 hit Pretty Fly (for a White Guy), the band still resemble archetypal teen-movie geeks – but on new album Let the Bad Times Roll, any teenage…
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